One of the crazies and most insalely action packed, fun shoots we have done in a while was for the new mastercraft catalog. Which of course could not have been as visually appealing as it is without the magic trigger finger of the wonderful Josh Letchworth. Thanks to everyone who helped make this idea come to life. It looks amazing. Check out more images at Josh’s website.
I have to say that alot of the shoots we produce end up in our design department and i dont end up seeing the final results until they are in print of online. Its kind of exciting that way. To wait and see how our vision in the photo department corresponds with their design needs.
A recent example is the nike vision website. GO BOYS! Nice job with the shoot. The images look almost just as we directed and produced. We love it when that happens.
Was a success! This could have been the best session I have had the opportunity to be a part of. Thank you to all the campers, staff and photographers that came together to make it happen. A slide show of the campers work coming soon. And a special thanks to Josh Letchworth for all these behind the scenes photos!
If you open up the latest issue of GQ, you’ll see lots of metro dude stuff. But you also may find X-Games champ and lunatic extraordinaire Travis Pastrana gracing the pages in some damn fine suits. Travis rallied around the streets of downtown LA with photographer Peggy Sirota for the fashion piece on the summer’s “daredevil-ish” looks. Always fun/weird to see one of our own action sports athletes get all dressed up like a 9-5’er.
If you wanna be styled-out like Travis, the full article is here.
Winter is over in Portland! The sun is coming back out! I’m sure I’ve just completely jinxed the pacific NW with that, but still, it’s exciting be able to go outside again. With longer days and sunnier skies, photographers can get shooting back outdoors again. So here is a great tool for anyone depending on that big ball of fire in the sky to light up their models. Lighttrac is an app for iPad and iPhone that tracks and forecasts the position of the sun according to the shoot location- sunrise, sunset, directional light, time, duration, angle, everything you would need to get the sun where you wanted it without scouting the location days ahead. The app costs $3.99, which is well worth it to impress your friends with your new-found mastery of ambient light.
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue hit newsstands last week. Many of you may know of the great Walter Iooss jr., the legendary Sports Illustrated photographer who has amassed 11 covers after shooting for the magazine for numerous decades. But times have changed for Iooss jr., most notably because of his son and fellow photographer, Bjorn.
On a run-of-the mill filler shoot, Bjorn was asked to snap some images of Russian model Irina Shayk (along with a few other models), “purely for advertorial purposes.” A week before the magazine was released, the younger Iooss was informed his shot had made the cover, beating out hundreds of other images from seasoned swimsuit vets, including dear old dad. The stranger part? Shooting swimsuit models is the last thing he planned on shooting. Bjorn considers himself a fine art photographer, claiming he couldn’t care less about sports. “I’ve kind of always tried to do my own thing. To be in this position is a little bit out of my comfort zone.” He seems to be doing just fine to me, especially considering he just schooled his own dad.
(via New York Times)
Fresh off the press and possibly the biggest move of the year so far, pro surfer Julian Wilson has left surf-industry giant Quiksilver to join the Nike 6.0 team. Julian stopped by Nemo on his way to Nike for a quick photoshoot with our very own photographer extraordinaire Kari Rowe. Check out Kari’s shots in your favorite surf mags in the upcoming month!
A magazine containing the perfect mix of fashion, action, ocean, art, and music. Its a great entertainer for those of us girls who like to get out there in lineup next to the guys, then head home and blast our old records while picking out our favorite outfit.
They feature female riders from all walks of life, and never cease to present them with fashionable grace and ease. Making the natural beauty of these ladies glow with their great selection of photography.
The past few issues have featured nike 6.0 athletes Monyca Bryne-Wickey and Malia Manuel. Shot by our very own, Kari Rowe.
Check out more about the nike 6.0 surf team, and the digital version of foam magazine.
Marilyn Manson played the Roseland Theatre this Monday! The house was sold out, the show was great, the crowd was insane and the light show and costumes were awesome! To see a little video from the performance click here.
Nemo’s one and only Team Meat Omen gears up for another Hood To Coast relay. Sweat, blood, tears… and thats just getting the car decorated. Good luck guys and gals!
Two of my co-workers just got back from Shanghai, and posted some great pictures. Here is my favorite, i love food, but the colors and motion blur are awesome! Thanks Erica and Tricia! To see the rest of their trip click here. Enjoy.
“How much for the tai?”-BK
“It’s cool, she’s a hippie chick”-BK
Nemo Entertainment takes you into a day with Bryce Kanights. Insights, perspectives, personality and passion. Part 1: Bryce Kanights and Kevin Kowalski head to SE Portland to grab a photo at a secret backyard pool.
On Friday StudioNemo hosted Superstition, featuring the art of: Aaron Piland, Jesse Brown, Barndi Strickland, Ryan Bubnis, Cody Hudson, Betsy Walton, and Emma Trithart. If you didn’t make it you missed out! For those of you that failed to experience the show, here’s a video capturing the radness.
I’ll give ya the quick and dirty, this was one of my more favorite freelance photo shoots to date, It may have been due to the surprising openness of everyone involved to G.S.D. no matter what! All the girls were awesome and open to suggestion and copped zero attitude, I know some male riders that are more high maintenance to deal with compared to any of these girls. Ha. Nikita has a solid group of riders, killing it from the pow, park, pipe, streets and their focused. Special props go to Nikita office crew that absolutely killed everything from buying large amounts of avocados and string cheese daily to keep the small army shredding to putting a roof over our heads. I like to think I came out of this trip with everything I set to accomplish and like 20+ new friends I can’t wait to run into in the near future. Well enough rambling… go to Yobeat to get the full scoop as told by Brooke Geery! Make sure to check All the pics and DAILY video coverage! Click here.
I just came home from the Von Iva show at Doug Fir, and this sunday night show was fire! Those three girls put on an amazingly energetic show and the crowd was no let down! Keyboardist Rebecca Kupersmith was really stoked on the poster i did for the show (props for Nemo!) and once that trio got on stage is was loud, fast and personal. Kelly was throwing her drums and Jillian was unbuttoning my flannel and flashing the fans! The Portland crowd roared and the girls came out for one more song after they finished their set, the show was ferocious.
Portland photog, Jake Stangel took a trip up to the 24th annual Mt. Baker Banked Slalom this year and has presented his article in an interesting format, like a mag quality story but for his web site. Solid portraits and and words from the riders really give you an “insiders” feel to what the Banked is all about. Target and Playstation be damned, this is real snowboarding! Check it out here.
Time once again for our friends at smith to stop by for the upcoming Smith catalog shoot here at StudioNemo, our first day featured Pro surfers Dillon Perillo and Alek Parker. Stay tuned for more as we have a busy week!
This is what roughly 2 million people look like during 44Th president Obama’s inauguration just one week ago, taken by the GeoEye Satellite. WOWZA! Almost 3 times the population of AK was in attendance. (I grew up in AK, I had to calculate some frame of reference, heh.) Mind. Blowing. Check out more images from around the world here
Save the date! This show is going to be amazing. Powerhouse books has just published Danielle Levitt’s book We Are Experienced that takes an inside look at the teenagers of today. She is going to be gracing Portland and studio nemo with her presence. Don’t miss it!
5 invited photogs were given 3 days to shoot in-bounds on Whistler and Blackcomb and create a 3-5 minute slide show for the judges and an audience. My slideshow, photo gallery and story are on expn.com. If you have a minute you can check it out. -CC
I spent the new years on the coast where my internet connection did not work, so I am sending everyone a belated happy new year! I hope your new year is filled with excitement and fulfillment. I know one of our favorite photographers at Studio Nemo, Carlin Sundell, had a good new year’s celebration because I happened to be at his beautiful wedding that day. Congratulations Carlin and Miranda!
The Art Institute of Portland put on a great show for their in house gallery this month, curated by Nemo’s own Todd Templeman. On display was the the art of painter and tattoo artist Jacob Redmond, graphic / collage artist Nubby Twiglet, funiture artist Dave Seoane, painter and exhibitionist Dustin Flath a.k.a. “Nudist” and photographer Carlin Sundell. Make sure to stop in if you find yourself in the NW neighborhood of Portland to take a look. Click ahead to view more. (more…)
Jonny Davenport and Jeff T did it again with their amazing photobooth. Check out all the great photos of halloween guests on our Flickr account here
Qwest stadium hosted the 3rd annual Downtown Throwdown in Seattle this weekend. Krush Kulesza of Snowboy Productions headed up the show With over 8,000 dollars in loot to be given out. All riders were determined to snag that top spot. Up to the challenge were some of snowboardings best up and coming jibbers. Jesse Burtner ruled the crowd with an iron mic, on hand to judge the event were Pro shreds Sean Genovese, Jon Kooley, Darrel Mathis and Austin Smith. Hammers were thrown bodies were broken and when the smoke cleared, Jed Anderson was the only survivor. Taking 1st place a bag of loot back home. Click ahead to see some eye candy I snapped of the action! (more…)